Sure don’t see many of these still around which makes this one pretty cool. Definitely an old farm piece. Designed for creaming corn it has serrated teeth to rip open the corn kernels as your ran the ear of corn over it then a steel block (non sharpened) blade to milk out whatever was left inside when it bumped the opposite side. The resulting slurry would end up in a catch tray below. Aging this I’d say it was at least 100 years old.
Measures roughly 10” 1/2 by 3” 1/4 long and 2” 5/8 high.
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